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post #21 of 28
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Will they support Asus VII and VIII motherboards too with it? I would love to get custom armor for my Maximus VII Hero!
Dude, go to local 3d printing workshop.
post #22 of 28
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Dude, go to local 3d printing workshop.

Yea, but I need 3D printing project with perfect measurments, shapes etc. So I hope I will be able to download such project also for VII and VIII series of Asus MOBOs.

I will gladly go to some 3d printing workshop (which are few in my country by the way...) but I need project first. Such an armor is not a metter of takin measure tool and drawning in Paint, right?
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post #23 of 28
If im right, the workshop could do a project for you too.
post #24 of 28
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Tackiness overdose. Were these designed by some crazy Transformers fanatic or something?

Yeah they have gone crazy with these boards lately. Soon you won't even need to put these in cases anymore, they will sprout robot legs and walk around.

Someone said it hides the ugly parts of the motherboard, HA. My wife intentionally takes old circuitry and makes art out of it because she thinks computer components look cool (which they do).

I also start to wonder if all this extra plastic inhibits cooling.
post #25 of 28
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I don't know why people think you are limited to what you can design. You are free you come up with your own designs. These are just samples from ASUS. They aren't forcing anyone to use these samples.
What extra did they provide? I don't see any extra attachment points or other features to support these printed parts. In other words you could have printed things and screw them into your mobo for years now if you had a 3D printer, no need for ASUS to give us a permission.

This must have cost a fortune:
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these motherboards have been customized with parts printed on professional-grade 3D printers. To achieve an unbelievable quality of finish, these parts have then been carefully sandblasted and polished to perfection
The consumer grade 3D printers are far from any nice finish surface and even getting access to one is a miracle, ordering such 3D prints online is expensive as hell.

I have not seen yet a walk in workshop with a 3D printer or a reasonably priced online service that will 3D print in any decent quality and ship it without the service costing you a kidney or two.
post #26 of 28
What they should make available are 3d files of their motherboards and other components so that people can design their own parts around that. Base files of their motherboards and video cards would make it much simpler to design parts that can be printed and actually fit.
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post #27 of 28
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I also start to wonder if all this extra plastic inhibits cooling.

they do, its like a sheet of insulator covering it, plus it blocks direct airflow to those components.
but a lot of people thinks it doesn't matter, since motherboard components can tolerate at least 85C temps.
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